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101 civilians killed in DPR in 78 days


A soldier displays fragments of ammunition. Archival photoDONETSK, May 5. During the 78 days of escalation in the Donetsk People's Republic, 101 civilians were killed, including three children, 456 people, including 38 children, were injured of varying severity, the representative office of the republic in the Joint Center for Control and Coordination of the Ceasefire (JCCC). “During the 78 days of escalation (from 02/17/22 to 05/05/22), 101 civilians were killed, including three children, 456 civilians were injured of varying severity, including 38 children “, – the message in the Telegram channel of the representative office reads.March 12, 14:46Exacerbation of the situation in the DPR and LPRMap of the special operation of the Russian Armed Forces in Ukraine as of 04.05.2022 InfographicsView3,085 residential buildings and 657 civilian infrastructure facilities were damaged. Ukrainian forces fired 24,783 rounds of various calibers, including 27 missiles from the Tochka-U OTRK, five missiles from the BM-30 Smerch MLRS, 10 missiles from the BM-27 Uragan MLRS, and 3,285 missiles from the BM-21 MLRS Grad. Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24. President Vladimir Putin called its goal “the protection of people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years.” For this, according to him, it is planned to carry out “demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine”, to bring to justice all war criminals responsible for “bloody crimes against civilians” in Donbass. According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Armed Forces strike only at military infrastructure and Ukrainian troops and , on March 25, completed the main tasks of the first stage – significantly reduced the combat potential of Ukraine. The main goal in the Russian military department was called the liberation of Donbass. A common misfortune: helping refugees from Donbass and from Ukraine

During the special operation in Ukraine, more than 800 thousand people have already left for Russia.

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More than 800,000 people have already left for Russia during the special operation in Ukraine.

People often leave their homes under shelling, taking almost nothing with them.

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It's not uncommon for people to leave their homes under shelling, taking almost nothing with them.

The evacuees are placed in gyms and classrooms.

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The evacuees are accommodated in gyms and classrooms.

Aid collection for refugees has been organized in many cities.

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Many cities organized a fundraiser for refugees.

A woman in a sports Lyceum No. 2 in the city of Starobelsk, where refugees from Rubizhne were temporarily accommodated.

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Some of the refugees then go to the Russian regions hosting migrants, some to relatives.

6 of 11< p>Some of the refugees then go to the Russian regions hosting migrants, others to their relatives.

Those who have nowhere to go can turn to temporary accommodation centers.

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Those who have nowhere to go can contact temporary accommodation centers.

More than 480 temporary shelters have been deployed in 45 Russian regions.

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More than 480 temporary shelters have been deployed in 45 Russian regions shelters.

Here people get a bed, food and, if necessary, treatment.

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Here people get a bed, food and, if necessary, treatment.

Employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations are ready to provide psychological assistance to refugees at any time.

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Employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations are ready to provide psychological assistance at any time psychological assistance to refugees.

Children and the elderly are the hardest hit, they are given special attention.

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Children and the elderly have the hardest time, they are given special attention.

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During the special operation in Ukraine, more than 800 thousand people have already left for Russia.

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Often, people leave their homes under shelling, taking almost nothing with them.

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The evacuees are accommodated in gyms and classrooms.

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Aid collection for refugees has been organized in many cities.

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A woman in the sports hall of lyceum No. 2 in the city of Starobelsk, where refugees from Rubizhne were temporarily accommodated.

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Some of the refugees then go to the Russian regions hosting migrants, others then to relatives.

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Those who have nowhere to go can turn to temporary accommodation centers.

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More 480 temporary shelters.

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Here people get a bed, food and, if necessary, treatment.

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Emergency Ministry workers are ready for any time to provide psychological assistance to refugees.

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Children and the elderly are hardest of all, they pay special attention.